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I M P L E M E N T A T I O N O F R E C U R S I V E PROCEDURES The implementation of recursive procedures is usually considered diíBcult, furthermore it has been reported that the object programs produced by compilers which allow recursive procedures are less efficient. Of course this is true to some extent, but the sayings are grossly exaggerated, f I n any case the implementation problem for recursive procedures has been solved by Dijkstra (Ref. 3) and also by Sattley and Ingerman (Ref 9), and accord ingly ambitious compiler-builders will certainly include recursive pro cedures.
O n behalf of the user I envisage a not unnecessarily redundant language, the semantics of which have been completely fixed by our defining machine. But now it is time for us to remember that it was also our intention that the processes described should be executed by a real computer in a reasonably efficient way. 38 Ε. W. Dijkstra In this connection I should like to quote from the University Mathe matical Laboratory Cambridge Technical Memorandum No 61/2, 'Some reflections on Automatic Programming and on the design of Digital Com puters', by M .
A disturbing picture for the future: a program being correct today, false tomorrow! Furthermore, these authors write: * The above restrictions appear to be sufficient to enable the terms of an expression to be evaluated in any order. ' This is plain language: rather than closing the gap in the semantics they propose restrictions to prevent all circumstances in which this lack of defini tion matters, no matter how implicit these restrictions may prove to be. If these authors had their way, I should have few illusions left about the ease with which the eventual language could be used.
Annual review in automatic programming. . V. 3 by ed Richard Goodman